Claimants wait in limbo for HMCTS guidance

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The Judgment As I am sure most of you are now aware, on 26 July 2017 the Supreme court ruled that the current Tribunal fees regime was unlawful. This has resulted in a period of great uncertainty in employment law as the government scrambles to implement a new, legal, fee structure as soon as possible. In the meantime, the government … Read More

Supreme Court rules tribunal fees are unlawful

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On 26 July 2017, one of the most important judgments in the past 50 years of employment law was handed down. Yes, in an age of gloomy economic forecasts and disgruntlement in the workplace from squeezed workers, news reached us last Wednesday that restored our faith in the justice system. The Supreme Court in R (on the application of Unison) … Read More

GREAT NEWS!! Supreme Court finds Tribunal fees unlawful

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In perhaps the most important judgment in employment law of the last fifty years, a seven-person Supreme Court has found that the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order, which was introduced in 2013, prevents access to justice and is unlawful. An appeal made by Unison regarding the legality of the fees has been allowed by the Supreme Court. … Read More

The key to any employment rights is the ability to enforce them

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So, we have an election coming up. From an employment law perspective, and specifically from a worker’s focus, which of the two main parties will make a real difference to employment law protections, should it win? Both Labour and Conservative parties promise the protection of existing employment rights and propose the implementation of new ones. In fact, the Conservatives are … Read More